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Quiz on Banking and Finance

Published: 15th September 2015 04:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th September 2015 04:33 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Fourth edition of Reserve Bank of India’s All-India RBI Inter-School Quiz is being conducted for students of Class IX, X, XI, XII in September and October.

The event will be conducted at 62 centers across the country including Hyderabad.

The aim is to create an awareness and interest about the history and role of the Reserve Bank, about banking and finance, other banking institutions, economics, current affairs, personalities and events that have contributed to the growth and progress of India over the years.

They also want to connect to the young student community and recognise and encourage them on a national platform.

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The quiz will, thus, consist of questions on the Reserve Bank, Indian banking history, banking, accounting, finance, trade and commerce, India’s economy, economics, common business terms, India’s achievements over the last 80 years (since the inception of the Reserve Bank) as also, some general knowledge and current affairs.

The question format will be kept interesting so as to keep the participants and audience engaged and to make them keen to learn more about the subjects covered. It will be conducted by one of the leading quiz masters of the country Shri Pradeep Atmaram of Greycaps, Bangalore.

The preliminary and quarter final round will be held in Hyderabad on September 28. The winning teams will join the winners from other centers from South India for Zonal finals at Bangalore to be held in November 2015.

The winner of Zonal finals will move on to National semi-final and then to National finals.

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